Monday, October 24, 2016
Jesus' Bad Habits
For example, some chapter titles are ~
- Jesus Spit
- Jesus Appeared Wasteful
- Jesus was Constantly Disappearing
- Jesus Loved to Party
- Jesus Broke the Rules
- Jesus Hung Out with Bad People
Part of the power of Sweet's writing is that he finds the normal ordinary everyday things we take for granted and looks for that which is extraordinary, something which leads us to discover Christ in a more personal way.
At times I felt like Sweet was stretching something to make it work, but overall, he helped me to look at some different situations in the life of Christ a little differently. He led me to think a little more about the little things in the Bible, which make the Bible more alive. Jesus went against the everyday social norms, and Sweet captured many of those events in the life of Jesus.
In the back of the book, there are discussion questions, generally 2 or 3 for each chapter of the book. Overall, this is an easy to read book, which may help the reader grow a little deeper in their relationship with Christ as they discover a freshness in Christ.
I received this book from Tyndale House in exchange for an open and honest review.
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